52nd IEEE Holm Conference Abstracts Accepted
Abstract # Paper Title Review coordinator First Name Last Name All Authors Organization Address 1 Address 2 City State Zip Country
1 Modeling the Insulation Displacement Process - Results of a Finite-Element Model Study Robert Malucci Stefan Joergens   LumbergConnect GmbH&Co.KG Im Gewerbepark 2   Schalksmühle   D-58579 Germany
2 Electrical Contacts Condition Diagnostics Based on Wireless Temperature Monitoring of Energized Equipment Xin Zhou Bella Chudnovsky   Schneider Electric/SquareD 9870 Crescent Park Dr   West Chester OH 45040 USA
3 Bending Test of Contact Materials Ed Smith Jian Song   University of Applied Sciences Liebigstr. 87   Lemgo   32657 Germany
4 Influence of Contact Shape on the Long Term Characteristics of Connectors Ed Smith Jian Song   University of Applied Sciences Liebigstr. 87   Lemgo   32657 Germany
5 Numerical Computation of Surface Melting of Imperfect Electrical Contact between Rough Surfaces Chi Leung Wansik Kim   Northwestern University 2145 Sheridan Road   Evanston IL 60208 U.S.A.
6 Study of Test Method and Analysis on Accelerated Storage life Test for Electromagnetic Relays Philip Wingert yanyan luo   Hebei University of Technology Electrical Apparatus Institute323#Hebei University of Technology Hongqiao District Guangrong Road No.8 Tianjin   300130 China
7 Mass material transfer of AgSnO2 contact material in DC level Philip Wingert fanbin meng   Hebei University of Technology Electrical Apparatus Institute hongqiao district dingzigu road Tianjin   300130 China
8 Failure Analysis of Alternating Current Contactor Henry Czajkowski haitao Wang   Hebei University of Technology Electrical Apparatus Institute hongqiao district dingzigu road Tianjin   300130 China
9 Study on the failure characteristics of AgSnO2 contact materials at large current AC level Gerald J. Witter fanbin meng   Hebei University of Technology Electrical Apparatus Institute hongqiao district dingzigu road Tianjin   300130 China
10 Study on Reliability Test Method of Over-load Relay Chi Leung Jingying Zhao   Hebei University of Technology Electrical Apparatus Institute hongqiao district dingzigu road Tianjin   300130 China
11 Thickness effect of pure tin layer on initial resistance increase in relatively moving contacts Brett Rickett Kyota Susai   Furukawa Electric Co.,Ltd. Metal Research Center 500 Kiyotaki Nikko   321-1493 Japan
12 Accelaration and suppression factors for contact failure due to silicone contamination. Gerald J. Witter Terutaka Tamai   Hyogo University of Teacher Education 942-1 Shimokume, Yashiro-cho, Kato-gun, Hyogo   673-1494 Japan
13 Investigation on the properties of CuCr contact material after cryogenic treatment Eric Taylor Yongxing Wang   Dalian University of Technology Department of Electrical Engineering and Applied E Linggong Road 2 Dalian   116024 China
14 The Electrical Contact Reliability Experimental Research on the Auxiliary Contacts of AC Contactor John Shea Yao Fang   Hebei University of Technology,China Institute of Electrical Apparatus East Campus, Hebei University of Technology, China 300130 Tianjin   300130 China
15 Research on the Failure Diagnostic Parameters and the Reliability Prediction Model of the Electrical Contacts Henry Czajkowski Yao Fang   Hebei University of Technology,China Institute of Electrical Apparatus East Campus, Hebei University of Technology, China 300130 Tianjin   300130 China
16 A Study of Metal Fiber Brush Operation on Slip Rings and Commutators Part I: The Apparatus Stephen Cole Lloyd Brown   United States Naval Academy Mechanical Engineering 590 Holloway Road Annapolis MD 21402-5042 USA
17 A Study of Metal Fiber Brush Operation on Slip Rings and Commutators Part II: The Results Stephen Cole Lloyd Brown   United States Naval Academy Mechanical Engineering 590 Holloway Road Annapolis MD 21402-5042 USA
18 Thermal analysis of hermetically sealed electromagnetic relay in high and low temperature condition Chi Leung REN Wanbin   Harbin Institute of Technology Electrical Engineering and Automation Harbin Institute of Technology P.O.Box 401 Harbin Heilongjiang 150001 China
19 Influence Facts of Film Building on the Contact of Sealed Relay Neil Aukland Zang ChunYan   College of Electric and Electronics Engineering, Huazhong University of science & Technology     Wuhan   430074 CHINA
20 Research on the Influence of Electrical and Mechanism Parameters on DC Arc in Relay Z.K. Chen Zang Chunyan   College of Electric and Electronics Engineering, Huazhong University of science & Technology     Wuhan   430074 CHINA
21 Fretting Property of Automotive Connector Contact George T. Flowers Tetsuya Ito   AutoNetworks Technologies,Ltd. 1820 Nakanoike,Mikkaichi   Suzuka Mie 513-8631 Japan
22 Study on Relay Contact to Reduce Skip Gerald J. Witter guojin liu   hebei university of technology east campus 323#, electrical apparatus institute,hebei university of technology   tianjin   300130 China
23 Testing Technology and Failure Prediction Method of Dynamic Contact Resistance Brett Rickett Li Wenhua   Hebei University of Technology East Campus 323#, Hebei University of Technology, Tianjin, 300130, P. R. China   tianjin   300130 China
24 DETERMINATION OF BEST CLOSING PHASE ANGLE FOR AC CONTACTOR BASED ON GAME THEORY Xin Zhou Xiuping SU   Hebei University of Technology East Campus 323#, Hebei University of Technology, Tianjin, 300130, P. R. China   tianjin   300130 China
25 Contact Resistance of Land Grid Array Sockets Subjected to Contaminated Environments Ed Smith Shuang Yang   University of Maryland Mechanical Department 2156 Glenn L. Martin Hall College Park MD 20742 USA
26 Press – Fit Connector for Automobile ECU Thomas J. Schoepf YOSHIYUKI NOMURA   AutoNetworks Technologies, Ltd. 1820 Nakanoike Mikkaichi-cho Suzuka Mie 513-8631 Japan
27 Analytical approach for contact reliability of crimping connection Chi Leung Shigeru Ogihara   Auto Networks Technologies, Ltd 1820 Nakanoike Mikkaichi-cho Suzuka Mie 513-8631 Japan
28 Vibration Characters Analysis of Reed Relay in Random Vibration Environment George T. Flowers Chen YingHua   Harbin Institute of Technology School of Electrical engineering and Automation No.92, West Da-Zhi Street, Harbin, Heilongjiang Harbin   150001 China
29 An experimental study on minimum arc current of relay contacts and possible re-interpretation of the meaning thereof Philip Wingert Makoto Hasegawa   Chitose Institute of Science & Technology 758-65 Bibi   Chitose Hokkaido 066-8655 Japan
30 A Material Characterization of Conductive Polymers Utilized for High Speed Differential Interconnects Brett Rickett Trent Do   Amphenol TCS 44 Simon St MS-006 Nashua NH   USA
31 ELECTRICAL CONTACT BEHAVIOUR OF POWER CONNECTOR DURING FRETTING VIBRATION Z.K. Chen Erwann Carvou   Université de Rennes 1 Bat. 11B, Campus de Beaulieu   Rennes   35042 France
32 Abstract for Holm 2006 Eric Taylor Yusheng Cui   Harbin Institute of Technology P.O.Box 433, Harbin Institute of Technology   Harbin   150001 China
33 Choice to extend the service life of electrical connector: gold plating or addition of lubricant? George Drew Ron Liu   Ford Motor Company Electrical and Electroninc System Engineering 5116 Village Commons Drive West Bloomfield Michigan 48322 USA
34 Mechanism of ultra low force probing on Al electrodes Robert Malucci Kenichi Kataoka   Tokyo Electron AT Ltd. TMS Development Dept. 2381-1 Kitagejo, Fujii-cho Nirasaki City Yamanashi 407-8511 Japan
35 Electrical and tribological properties of tin plated copper alloy for electrical contact in relation to intermetallic growth George Drew sophie noel   supelec 11 rue joliot curie   gif sur yvette   91190 France
36 A coupled-field simulation of an electrical contact being resistance welded Philip Wingert Arnaud Monnier   Schneider Electric I2EA Bât T3 37 quai Paul-Louis Merlin GRENOBLE   38050 France
37 Application of Simulation Techniques to the Prediction of Vibration-Induced Fretting Degradation: Threshold Behavior of a Blade/Receptacle Pair George Drew George Flowers   Auburn University Mechanical Engineering 201 Ross Hall Auburn Alabama 36849-5341 USA
38 Development of a New Type of Switchgear for High Voltage Vacuum Circuit Breaker: Vacuum Type Electromagnetic Force Driving Actuator Eric Taylor JongHo Kang   Electromechanics laboratory School Of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Seoul National Univ. #040 San 56-1, Shillim-dong, Kwanak-ku Seoul   151-742 Korea
39 Study on Dynamic Characteristic of Electromagnetic Relay Contact Resistance Xin Zhou Chen YingHua   Harbin Institute of Technology School of Electrical engineering and Automation No.92, West Da-Zhi Street, Harbin, Heilongjiang Harbin   150001 China
40 Preparation of Ag/SnO2+ La2O3+ Bi2O3 contact material Z.K. Chen haitao Wang   Hebei University of Technology East Campus 323#, Hebei University of Technology, Tianjn,  P. R. China   Tianjin   300130 China
41 Theoretical and experimental determination of erosion rate due to arcing in electrical contacts Z.K. Chen Damien Sallais   University of Rennes 1 PALMS Laboratory 263 avenue du Général Leclerc Rennes   35042 France
42 Impact of synergistic effects between fretting and corrosion on electrical contact durability George T. Flowers Tomasz Liskiewicz   University of Leeds School of Mechanical Engineering Woodhouse Lane Leeds West Yorkshire LS2 9JT UK
43 Study of the influence of arc ignition position on arc motion in Low Voltage Circuit Breaker John Shea Li Xingwen   Xi an Jiaotong University School of Electrical Engineering   Xi an   710049 China
44 The Effects of Contact Transport Characteristics on Wave Propagation and High Frequency Signal Transmission Neil Aukland Robert Malucci   RD Malucci Consulting 317 Prairie Knoll   Naperville Illinois 60565 USA
45 Characteristics of Carbon Flat Commutator with Condenser for arc quenching Richard Moore Koichiro Sawa   Keio University Faculty of Science & Technology 3-14-1 Hiyoshi, Kohoku-ku Yokohama   223-8522 Japan
46 Contact Resistance Characteristics of High Temperature Superconducting Bulk – part V Milenko Braunovic Hiroyuki Fujita   Keio University 3-14-1 Hiyoshi, Kohoku-ku   Yokohama   223-8522 Japan
47 The difference of melting bridge formations in contact materials for pantograph slider Richard Moore Noboru Morita   Nippon Institute of Technology Electrical & Electronics Department 4-1 Gakuendai Miyashirocho Minamisaitamagun Saitama Prefecture 345-8501 Japan
48 Bouncing of a reed switch due to Coulomb’s electrostatic force Neil Aukland Noboru Wakatuki   Ishinomaki Senshu Univ 1 Sinmito Minamisakai Ishinomaki   986-8580 JAPAN
49 High definition SEM study of intermetallic compound formation mechanism for lead-free and non lead-free electrical contact materials Brett Rickett Daniel Gagnon   Hydro Quebec IREQ Mécanique, métallurgie et civil 1800 Lionel Boulet Varennes Quebec J3X1S1 Canada
50 Nanoscale Mechanical Properties of Intermetallics in Lead-Free and Aluminum-to-Copper Systems. Robert Malucci Daniel Gagnon   Hydro Quebec IREQ Mécanique, métallurgie et civil 1800 Lionel Boulet Varennes Quebec J3X1S1 Canada
51 Motion of breaking arcs occurring between silver electrical contacts in a DC 42 Volt resistive circuit Thomas J. Schoepf Junya Sekikawa   Shizuoka University Faculty of Engineering Johoku 3-chome Hamamatsu   432-8561 JAPAN
52 Rating Power Connectors using End-of-Life Voltage Drop Milenko Braunovic bob malucci   Molex Inc Advanced Development 2222 Wellington Ct Lisle Illinois 60532 usa
53 Relation between Sliding Speed and Contact Voltage Drop of Electrical Sliding Contacts Stephen Cole Noboru Morita   Nippon Institute of Technology Electrical & Electronics Department 4-1 Gakuendai Miyashirocho Minamisaitamagun Saitama Prefecture 345-8501 Japan
54 Comparizon of Brush Contact Drop Characterisitics with copper Ring and Steel Ring, Considering Sparks and Collector Ring Hazard. Stephen Cole Noboru Morita   Nippon Institute of Technology Electrical & Electronics Department 4-1 Gakuendai Miyashirocho Minamisaitamagun Saitama Prefecture 345-8501 Japan
55 Vacuum interrupter Electrical Life Eric Taylor PAUL SLADE   EATON ELECTRICAL 200 WESTINGHOUSE CIRCLE   HORSEHEADS NY 14845 USA
56 Characteristics of a sliding system with Au-plated slip-ring and AgPd bush for power supply--Part II Richard Moore Koichiro Sawa   Keio University Faculty of Science & Technology 3-14-1 Hiyoshi, Kohoku-ku Yokohama   223-8522 Japan
57 Glowing Contact Physics Henry Czajkowski John Shea   EATON ELECTRICAL           USA
58 Influence of the Bonding Area From Contact tips on the Contact Erosion Gerald J. Witter Dietmar Spath   AMI DODUCO GmbH           Germany
59 Simulation on Gas-dynamic Behaviour of Arc Chamber in MCCB John Shea Chen Degui   Xi'am Jiaotong University           China
60 On the Relationship Between Surface Wear and Intermittency Events at the Onset of Fretting in Electrical Contact Surfaces Robert Malucci J. W. McBride   Univ of Southampton           UK
61 Dynamic Simulation of Operating Mechanism for Molded Case Circuit Breaker John Shea Chen Degui   Xi'am Jiaotong University           China
62 A comparison of contact erosion for opening velocity variations for 13 volt circuits Milenko Braunovic Chen Z.K.   Chugai USA, Inc.           USA
63 New Algorithm for electrnoic short-circtui detection Xin Zhou Mutzel Timo   TU Ilmenau           Germany
64 High Current Erosion of Ag/SnO2 Contacts and Evaluation of Indium Effects in Oxide Properties Henry Czajkowski Strecher Eric   AMI DODUCO           USA